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Go, Dog. Go! Library Binding – June 12, 1966
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The book starts simply. "Dog" is the only word on the page. That sets up the theme.
We quickly are taken through comparisons and colors. Black, white, red, blue, yellow, green, in, out, up, down, big, small, stop, go, over and under. Add some simple numbers and the book gains real substance.
But then we have the two plots. First is the "Do you like my hat?" story that runs to the book's conclusion. The other is dogs on the go. They run around, go to sleep, wake up, drive away fast, and finally all congregate at the top of a tree.
Great Eastman illustrations and fun vocabulary will entertain most children
All the activity involves dogs--blue dogs on red trees, big and little dogs, dogs in cars, in mazes, in boats and on rooftops. The text of the first five pages is: "Dog./Big dog./Little dog./Big dogs and little dogs./Black and white dogs."; this is perfect for a child learning to read, with the repetition building confidence very quickly.
The artwork is good and straightforwardly entertaining; perhaps not up to Dr. Seuss' standards, but then very little is. Jesse loves this book, and recommends it as strongly as I do.
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One of our absolute favorites! Our two year old carries it around asking to read it. A classic. Must have.Published 1 day ago by Molly Haase
Our little one loves when I read this book. Always engaged and excited to pull it out for me to read out loud
Not sure who loves it more our 19 month old or me
I purchased this for my one year old daughter. This used to be my favorite book when I was a child and wanted to make sure the tradition continued with my daughter. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jennifer
This is really a fun book to read to a child. My (almost 3 year old) kid hoarded this book for days enjoying it all by himself and would let us read it. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Nycole